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Predictive Analytics in the Supply Chain
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predictive Analytics in the Supply Chain

A podcast from Accenture. " ... In this podcast, Frode Gjendem, senior director for supply chain analytics at Accenture, discusses the role of predictive analytics...

Super Ads as a Distraction.
From The Eponymous Pickle

Super Ads as a Distraction.

Jonathan Salem Baskin does a good job raking the creative competition called the Superbowl Ads. " ... Brands don't need creative ideas; brands need business propositions...

MillionBrains
From The Eponymous Pickle

MillionBrains

I am doing some re-exploration of crowd-sourced innovation ideas and I discovered this: Via IdeaConnection: " ... MillionBrains (MB) is a professional social innovation...

NAE Announces Class of 2011
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

NAE Announces Class of 2011

The National Academy of Engineering has announced the newly-elected Members of the Class of 2011.

links for 2011-02-08
From Wild WebMink

links for 2011-02-08

mflow music Give this UK-based online music site a try (assuming you can – the usual music industry geographic restriction nonsense applies). It lets you listen...

Latest developments on Low2No
From Putting People First

Latest developments on Low2No

A team of international and Finnish designers, including Experientia, announced the current status and latest developments of the Low2No project today, at a sustainable...

Micromorts
From Schneier on Security

Micromorts

I'd never heard the term "micromort" before. It's a probability: a one-in-a-million probability of death. For example, one-micromort activities are "travelling...

Microsoft Innovative Educator Teacher Professional Development
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Microsoft Innovative Educator Teacher Professional Development

The Microsoft Innovative Educator program at Microsoft is offering a number of two-day seminars for teacher trainers and technology integration specialists.Microsoft...

China: the new Scientific Superpower?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

China: the new Scientific Superpower?

From my experience,  the quality and the quantity of the scientific research articles from China has been increasing dramatically in the last five years. To verify...

Linkedin as the Login of Choice
From The Eponymous Pickle

Linkedin as the Login of Choice

In ReadwriteWeb:  Short article and infographic about the rise of Linkedin as the Login of choice.    Facebook, though also moving toward more of a  B2B identity place...

Get the Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Get the Data

Nice idea.   Questions and anwers about getting data you need in the form you need it in.Every day, more and more data is being published on the web; but trying...

Experientia selected for second stage FredericiaC competition in Denmark
From Putting People First

Experientia selected for second stage FredericiaC competition in Denmark

A consortium made up of Arup, EFFEKT, Experientia, and consultants from NCC Management Group, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (KA), Conceptura, and Ars Electronica...

Experientia pre-qualifies for FredericiaC competition in Denmark
From Putting People First

Experientia pre-qualifies for FredericiaC competition in Denmark

A consortium made up of Arup, EFFEKT, Experientia, and consultants from NCC Management Group, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (KA), Conceptura, and Ars Electronica...

Cowans Sells Duveneck Girl Portrait
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cowans Sells Duveneck Girl Portrait

I have been doing work looking at the use of social networking in the auction world.  This past weekend Cowan's Auctions sold Frank Duveneck's portrait of a girl...

Is the Cloud Ready Yet?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Is the Cloud Ready Yet?

Hunter Richards asks for the opinion of accountants to see if they think that the cloud is ready yet.  Join in the survey and get the results.   With some interesting...

Making the Case for Becoming a Computer Science Teacher
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Making the Case for Becoming a Computer Science Teacher

Mark Guzdial asks the question What

? More Ratings Please
From Wild WebMink

? More Ratings Please

Given the interest in my earlier article about a scorecard for open source and my own rough-and-ready benchmark proposal, I’d be interested in seeing how well the...

CS and Science Fairs
From Computer Science Teachers Association

CS and Science Fairs

"We need to teach our kids that it's not just the winner of the Super Bowl who deserves to be celebrated, but the winner of the science fair and that success is...

From Computational Complexity

The Theory Postdoc Culture

FOCS Call for Papers posted. Deadline April 13. The CRA organized a committee that put together on a white paper on whether postdocs are healthy for Computer Science...

Scareware: How Crime Pays
From Schneier on Security

Scareware: How Crime Pays

Scareware is fraudulent software that uses deceptive advertising to trick users into believing they're infected with some variety of malware, then convinces them...
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